OBITUARY

Aaron John Groat

March 17, 1972March 7, 2018

Aaron John Groat, age 45, passed away on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 in Stafford, Virginia. He was born in California and raised in upstate New York. After graduating Mt. Pleasant High School, Aaron went into the Navy and spent 20 years serving his country. Upon his retirement, he continued to serve his country by working for the federal government.

Aaron is survived by his loving wife, Monica Lovett-Groat; two daughters Hannah and Sarah; his parents, Barry and Diane Groat along with his two brothers, Michael and Joe; his nephew, Noah and niece, Georganna.

Aaron will be interned at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA at a future date that is yet to be determined. In lieu of flowers, it is requested donations be made to Mission 22 in honor of Aaron.

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Stacie Paul and connor Geddes

April 15, 2018

To Aaron's family: Thoughts and prayers are with you! I cant imagine the pain of the loss you all are going through. Always remember the good times we all had with him. He will truly be missed. Such a great guy! Love and prayers to all!

Amy Rappe

March 16, 2018

To Aaron's family: I cannot imagine the unbelievable grief that you are feeling. Please know that you are all thought of and prayed for as you face these difficult times. There are no words that can make you feel better, but I will pray for peace in all of your hearts.

To Aaron: Craig and I will miss you so much. Thankfully, every single memory that we have of you are fun, funny, special and quite memorable. You were the best vacation buddy ever. Your heart was HUGE, and your love for your family was very evident. Your laughter was contagious, and your funny practical jokes were always spot on….you were truly Craig’s long-lost brother, and we are (by far) better people for having met and known you.

I cannot imagine a vacation without our best man…Rest in peace, my friend. You will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY